Quantum Random Number Generation

An event may be unpredictable due to a lack of information that would otherwise make it more predictable. Whereas an event is considered random if absolutely no information exists that would otherwise make it more predictable.

The source of randomness of a quantum random number generator (QRNG) is a quantum- mechanical process, the sequences of numbers generated from which are, in contrast to those generated by both a Classical RNG and a Pseudo-RNG, in principle, truly random.

The Nu Quantum QRNG utilises the measurement of single-photons to generate streams of random numbers; a method undeniably quantum-mechanical in its proposition as in its implementation, given naturally by the use of single-photon devices.